The Adventurous Type: Find Sacred Spaces

My dad taught me to be adventurous. Since I was very small he took me on his motorcycle, sent me…

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The Joy of Christmas as a Child: Reflecting on Family Traditions

When my family celebrated Christmas, it traditionally included a car trip to Southern California where my grandparents lived. We set…

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The First Year of My Business: Taxes and Breakthroughs

When I started my own business I had no idea what I was doing. I had insurance, a business license…

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Adaptability & Going With the Flow

It recently came up in one of my women’s groups, the idea that when one is unsettled, there’s a choice:…

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Dealing With Conflict

I had a difficult time standing up for myself when I was younger. I was about 7 years old when…

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Being With What Is…

When I was in high school my parents got divorced. My mom, younger brother and I moved twice before I…

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Stepped Over And Ignored

When I was a little girl, I was shy in public when it came to asking for what I needed.…

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The healing powers of music

Sometime around 4 years old, I had one of those portable record players that looked like a small suitcase when you closed it up. I had a shoebox full of 45’s, these small records that usually carried only one hit song on it. I had others that would read me stories while I turned the pages of a book that went along with it, reminding me with a “chime” when to turn the page.

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